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New Oxide Collection from Laminam by Crossville

For anyone looking for a tall, dark, and handsome type, thin-panel Laminam porcelain by Crossville is now available in a new Oxide collection of glamorous metallics.

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The collection’s 3mm profile allows for easy installation in a range of settings

Because Laminam’s porcelain body is reinforced with fiberglass mesh backing, the durable surface skin can be installed over structurally sound substrates including existing tile, wood, or painted walls.

The Oxide line is available in Laminam by Crossville’s standard dimensions: 1m by 3m (nominal size is 3’4” by 10’) with a 3mm thickness. The thin surface is more lightweight than standard cladding materials, making it easy to install on horizontal or vertical surfaces.

The line is available in seven colors: Bianco, Perla, Avorio, Moro, Moro Mat, Grigio, and Nero. Each has a metallic-effect finish meant to evoke gentle weathering by natural elements.

Click here for a list of U.S. distributors.

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About the Manufacturer: Founded in 1986, Crossville Inc. is a U.S.-owned and operated manufacturer of award-winning tile collections for residential and contract applications. Laminam by Crossville is Crossville, Inc.’s exclusive U.S. distributorship of select thin panel porcelain products manufactured by Laminam S.p.A., the world leader in the production of large format, lean profile ceramic surfacing products. A consolidated division of Systems Group, Laminam S.p.A. utilizes an advanced, fully automated production process to create a large and thin ceramic and porcelain slab products available worldwide.

Posted October 26th, 2012 by Jennifer Krichels


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